Church Scholars Translated Greek and Arabic works into Latin
Church Scholars Made new knowledge in philosophy, medicine, and science available in Europe Laid the foundations for the rise of universities in Europe
Church Scholars Scholasticism: method of learning that emphasized reasoning through dialogue and to resolve contradictions. For medieval Christian thinkers they wanted to connect Christian theology with their own education (such as classical philosophy)
Art Flying buttresses: structures built against or projecting from walls to support the wall. In Gothic Art, they pushed walls outward to create a layer effect.
Art Gothic style: type of architecture that evolved from Roman architecture. Started in France, had pointed arches, ribbed vaults and flying buttresses. Influenced churches as well as castles and universities. Dealt in emotion.
Schism Schism: a division or split between people in an organization or religious movement